Starting today, mobile users can download the new TurboTax app, putting the ease and power of TurboTax into the palm of your hand. Whether your tax return is simple or complex, our new app includes the full TurboTax product line...
The 2013 tax extension deadline is a about a month away on October 15th. If you start preparing now, and follow these 6 tips, you will be on your way to beat the tax deadline and avoid a late filing penalty.
Now that tax season is over and you’ve successfully filed your tax return, you might be tempted to begin tossing your tax papers away. Not so fast. Here are some guidelines for what paperwork you should keep and for how long.
Just in time for the April 15th tax deadline, TurboTax is excited to announce a partnership with Sprintax.com to offer an easy and accurate online solution to help non-resident taxpayers prepare their own taxes. Sprintax.com, subsidiary of Taxback.com, is an online non-resident tax filing solution for international students.
A stressful, mad dash to file your taxes before the deadline can lead to errors and missed credits or deductions. Let’s go over some last minute tax tips to help you file [correctly] before the deadline.
According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) itself, the IRS owes taxpayers more than $900,000,000 in unclaimed tax refunds. One easy way to avoid an unclaimed refund is to always timely file your tax returns.
It’s a new year and with it comes tax season. The good news is you can use tax software to easily prepare your taxes. There are several advantages of using TurboTax, so if you’re on the fence please take at the list below.
It’s almost like a rite of passage – preparing your own taxes. You may have filed your taxes for a summer job as a teenager, but your parents probably helped (if they were nice). Now that you’re all grown up, here are four tips that can help you as you start out as a new tax filer.